Final Project TOPIC: Traumatic Brain Injury among United states military personnel and NFL Football playersThis week you will be drafting a research paper of 6-7 pages (approximately 1500-1750 words) that builds on your previous work.Submission Instructions:  Submit a completed 6-7 page (approx. 1500-1750 words) research paper on your topic choice made in Module 1 that incorporates your work from Milestones 1-6. Use the Final Project Template for an example of how to create and format your final paper.It should include:At least 5 referencesA title page and reference page in APA styleIn-text citations in APA formatAn introductory paragraph with your clear, one-sentence thesis statement (this should NOT be underlined at this point)Body paragraphs that use information from the sources as evidence to prove the thesis statementA conclusion paragraph that offers final thoughts and reiterates the thesis statementProper spelling, syntax, and grammarImprovements based on your instructor’s feedback on your previous milestone work (i.e. to the thesis statement, introduction, organization, use of sources, APA style, etc.)Evaluation:  This assignment uses TurnItIn.Resources I have used: ATTACHED
Final Project TOPIC: Traumatic Brain Injury among United states military personnel and NFL Football players This week you will be drafting a research paper of 6-7 pages (approximately 1500-1750 words
David G. Sanchez IND301 Milestone 3 Template Thesis statement:   Medical research has come a long way when it comes to rehabilitating people that have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injury. Medical researchers mostly should focus on military service members and our national football players since they seem to be they high volume of personnel that receive TBIs. What contributions are the medical staff using now that can help these personnel to obtain partial if not full neurological function for their future. Annotated bibliography: Source 1 Wright, M. J., Woo, E., Birath, J. B., Siders, C. A., Kelly, D. F., Wang, C., Swerdloff, R., Romero, E., Kernan, C., Cantu, R. C., & Guskiewicz, K. (2016). An index predictive of cognitive outcome in retired professional American Football players with a history of sports concussion. Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology, 38(5), 561–571. https://doi.org/10.1080/13803395.2016.1139057 This article highlights the changes and improvements on how TBI has been changing throughout the years and how it has affected retired American football players throughout history. Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor–UCLA Medical Center has conducted research on a voluntary basis and has found out that the participants hormonal, memory and though process levels are a huge factor. People that are funding this cause is the This research was supported by National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment and the National Center for Research Resources, USA. Source 2: Agimi, Y., Regasa, L. E., & Stout, K. C. (2019). Incidence of Traumatic Brain Injury in the U.S. Military, 2010-2014. Military Medicine, 184(5/6), e233–e241. https://doi.org/10.1093/milmed/usy313 This article is more up-to-date (2019) as to how medical researchers have analyzed military personnel that have suffered TBI from 2010-2014 from Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn. Most if the TBI injuries occurred from blasts injuries. According to the statistical analysis recorded, it shows how many soldier members’ have sustained TBI and how many have been treated up to a point that they have recovered with slight dementia. Medical researchers are conducting MRI scans to learn more about the brain function and how it can also affect the person physically. Source 3: Wagner, R. (2016). Traumatic Brain Injury Among Military Personnel: Overview and Recommendations. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. In this article, I got a really quick and brief description on how TBI affects military personnel throughout the wars from IED blasts and also vehicle roll-overs. I was able to get a got starting point with this article to get an idea what the medical researchers are doing to improve to help the United States armed forces. One source to omit and why:   Wagner, R. (2016). Traumatic Brain Injury Among Military Personnel: Overview and Recommendations. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. After reviewing all of my sources, I have chosen to omit the Wagner source because it is very broad when it comes to Military TBI. Compared to my other articles, they go more into depth with the analysis of TBI within military members. Reflection:   I found this very helpful as I was able to focus on what information I will keep to continue my research paper on TBI. I have a clearer idea on how the medical staff focus on TBI for military service members and football players. I am able to fully focus on what information I need for my topic and find a way to merge both football players and military members together when it comes to medical rehabilitation. Questions I would like to know is: would I be able to change my sources again if I end up find better ones? Is the excelsior college library my only means of finding information? How can I improve my thesis statement?
Final Project TOPIC: Traumatic Brain Injury among United states military personnel and NFL Football players This week you will be drafting a research paper of 6-7 pages (approximately 1500-1750 words
IND301 Milestone 2 Original Topic: Traumatic Brain Injury List of narrowed ideas from the freewrite activity: TBI long term issues Military and Football player experiences What techniques are being used by medical personnel What research and studies are currently being conducted for the future Is there a way to prevent TBI before it gets worse What equipment can military and sport players utilize to prevent TBI How much are the medical costs for immediate TBI help How much does it cost long term? Description with underlined key terms and phrases: TBI is very common in today society when it comes to our professional football players and our military. The cost of helping someone that has TBI is very high sense there are different levels of brain trauma. Some may need immediate help and others will take longer. Medical researchers are always looking on how to improve their equipment and practices to help others very quick. However, this comes with a huge medical cost depending how long the remedy will take. Synonyms and alternate terms: TBI: head injury, concussion. Football player: sports, NFL, college football, athlete Military: armed forces, deployment, service member Medical cost: pricey, expensive Medical Research: medics, studies, research, hospitals Sources Agimi, Y., Regasa, L. E., & Stout, K. C. (2019). Incidence of Traumatic Brain Injury in the U.S. Military, 2010-2014. Military Medicine, 184(5/6), e233–e241. https://doi.org/10.1093/milmed/usy313 Howard, S. W., Zhang, Z., Buchanan, P., Bernell, S. L., Williams, C., Pearson, L., Huetsch, M., Gill, J., & Pineda, J. A. (2018). The cost of a pediatric neurocritical care program for traumatic brain injury: a retrospective cohort study. BMC Health Services Research, 18, 1. Raith, E. P., Fiorini, F., & Reddy, U. (2020). Critical care management of adult traumatic brain injury. Anaesthesia & Intensive Care Medicine, 21(6), 285–292. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mpaic.2020.03.012 Rice, V., Boykin, G., Alfred, P., Lindsay, G., Overby, C., Jeter, A., Lester, M., Allison, S., Cooper, D., & Rice, V. J. (2019). The investigation of four technologies to assist in detecting mild to moderate traumatic brain injury of U.S. Military service members. Work, 63(2), 165–180. https://doi.org/10.3233/WOR-192918 Wagner, R. (2016). Traumatic Brain Injury Among Military Personnel: Overview and Recommendations. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Wright, M. J., Woo, E., Birath, J. B., Siders, C. A., Kelly, D. F., Wang, C., Swerdloff, R., Romero, E., Kernan, C., Cantu, R. C., & Guskiewicz, K. (2016). An index predictive of cognitive outcome in retired professional American Football players with a history of sports concussion. Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology, 38(5), 561–571. https://doi.org/10.1080/13803395.2016.1139057
Final Project TOPIC: Traumatic Brain Injury among United states military personnel and NFL Football players This week you will be drafting a research paper of 6-7 pages (approximately 1500-1750 words
IND301 Course Project – Final Paper Grading Rubric Criteria A+ (100) A (95) B (85) C (75) D (65) F (55) F (0) Possible Points: 15 15 14.25 12.75 11.25 9.75 8.25 Thesis Statement: The work includes a concise, specific, one-sentence thesis statement relevant to the student’s topic, located in the introduction and reiterated in the conclusion. The thesis statement is clear, concise, and specific to the topic, including a unique perspective that is broad enough to make a case, but narrow enough so that the case can be made feasibly. Located in the introduction paragraph and reiterated in the conclusion. The thesis statement is clear, concise, and specific to the topic, and is broad enough to make a case, but narrow enough so that the case can be made feasibly. Located in the introduction paragraph and reiterated in the conclusion. The thesis statement is specific and appropriate to the topic but may be either so narrow that there is little room to make a case, or so broad that the case cannot be feasibly made within the scope of the paper. Located in the introduction paragraph and somewhat reiterated in the conclusion. The thesis statement is provided, but the connection with the topic is unclear. The statement is too broad or too narrow to make a case. May not be clearly located in the introduction paragraph or reiterated in the conclusion. The thesis statement is too broad or too narrow and is irrelevant or inappropriate to the topic. Not located in the introduction paragraph or reiterated in the conclusion. The thesis statement is vague, unclear, and difficult to locate. No submission. Possible Points: 30 30 28.5 25.5 30 26 22 Analysis, Argument, and Discussion: The body paragraphs of the paper demonstrate original and effective argument analysis and discussion using evidence and are related to the thesis statement. The argument is analyzed and discussed critically in each body paragraph, using multiple perspectives, with significant evidence from the different perspectives. Supporting details and evidence to justify claims are relevant, accurate, and specific to the thesis. The argument is analyzed and discussed critically in most body paragraphs, using evidence. Supporting details and evidence to justify claims are relevant, accurate, and specific to the thesis. The argument is analyzed and discussed critically in some body paragraphs using some evidence. Supporting details and evidence to justify claims are mostly relevant, accurate, and specific to the thesis. The argument is adequately analyzed and discussed in some body paragraphs, with some evidence that may be weak or unclear. Supporting details and evidence to justify claims are sometimes irrelevant to the thesis, inaccurate, or missing specificity. The argument is rarely analyzed or discussed in the body paragraphs, and evidence is rarely present or relevant. Supporting details and evidence are often missing, inaccurate, or tangential to the argument. No coherent argument, analysis, and discussion present in the body paragraphs. No submission. Possible Points: 15 15 14.25 12.75 11.25 9.75 8.25 Writing Skills: Grammar, spelling, and syntax are appropriate for college writing. The work contains no errors in spelling or grammar; choice of words demonstrates a deep understanding of the topic, always using relevant key terms appropriately. The work contains no errors in spelling or grammar; choice of words demonstrates a good understanding of the topic, using relevant terms appropriately. The work contains a few spelling and/or grammatical errors; choice of words demonstrates proficiency on the topic using relevant terms for the most part. The work contains a few minor spelling and grammatical errors; choice of words demonstrates basic understanding of the topic, sometimes using relevant and appropriate terms. The work exhibits consistently poor spelling and grammar; choice of words demonstrates a lack of understanding of the topic, often using irrelevant or inappropriate terms. The work exhibits extremely poor writing skills; incorrect spelling and grammar limits the reader’s ability to follow ideas or thoughts. Choice of words demonstrates a lack of understanding of the topic, with many irrelevant or inappropriate terms. No submission. Possible points: 10 10 9.5 8.5 7.5 6.5 5.5 0 Structure and Organization: The work has a well-crafted structure and organization, including introduction, body, and conclusion paragraphs that reinforce and build upon the thesis. Each paragraph contains effective transitions. Length of the submission is appropriate. The work is built around a clearly identifiable structure and organization, which brings a better understanding for the reader with a fully articulated introduction, body, and conclusion. Transitions are smooth and fully support the theme/thesis. Meets length requirements. The work follows an easily identifiable structure and organization, with a clearly articulated introduction, body, and conclusion. Transitions are appropriate and all link to the theme/thesis. Meets length requirements. The work is well structured and organized, with an adequate introduction, body, and conclusion. Transitions often link to the theme/thesis. Meets length requirements. The work shows an acceptable structure and organization, with an identifiable introduction, body, and conclusion. Transitions are somewhat related to the theme/thesis. Meets length requirements. The work shows a basic attempt to organize the material, struggling to differentiate the introduction, body, and conclusion. Transitions often show little or no relationship to the theme/thesis. May not meet length requirements. The work shows no obvious organization, lacking a clear introduction, body, and conclusion. Does not meet length requirements. No submission. Possible points: 20 20 19 17 15 13 11 Use of Sources and APA Citations: The work demonstrates the selection and use of high-quality, relevant, and credible academic sources as evidence in support of the analysis and argument. In-text citations and reference list are formatted appropriately in APA Style. The work uses high-quality, relevant, and credible academic sources effectively as evidence in all paragraphs. There are no errors in in-text citations or reference list formatting. The work uses relevant and credible academic sources effectively as evidence in all paragraphs. There are only a few, minor errors in the in-text citations or reference list formatting. The work uses relevant and credible academic sources mostly effectively as evidence in almost all paragraphs. There are minor errors in the in-text citations or reference list formatting. The work uses academic sources adequately as evidence in most paragraphs. Sources may not be the most credible, relevant, and high-quality options available. There are some significant errors in the in-text citations or reference list formatting. The work uses sources, however these sources are too few, mostly not academic, high-quality, credible, or relevant. Sources are not used effectively as evidence in most paragraphs. There are many significant errors in in-text citations or reference list formatting. The work does not use sources as evidence or contains entirely inappropriate sources. In-text citations and reference list are not attempted in APA format or not present. No submission. Possible Points: 10 10 9.5 8.5 7.5 6.5 5.5 Incorporation of Feedback: The student integrated feedback from the instructor on previous Milestones to revise their work for the final paper. Feedback was effectively integrated from previous Milestones. The revisions greatly enhanced the final paper and showed substantial growth over the term. Feedback was integrated from previous Milestones. The revisions enhanced the final paper. Feedback was somewhat integrated from a few of the previous Milestones. The revisions adequately enhanced the paper from previous work. Some additional detail and clarity needed. Attempt was made to integrate the feedback from previous Milestones but did not effectively enhance the paper overall from previous work. More details and clarity of concepts are needed to effectively enhance the paper. Minor changes made based on the feedback from previous Milestones without success, more extensive changes expected based on the feedback. Little to no attempt was made to improve upon the submission based on prior feedback. No submission.




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